dry box


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dry box

[′drī ‚bäks]
(chemistry)
A container or chamber filled with argon, or sometimes dry air or air with no carbon dioxide (CO2), to provide an inert atmosphere in which manipulation of very reactive chemicals is carried out in the laboratory.
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In addition, the instrument was equipped with a dry box assembly to avoid signal instability due to drafts or changes in room temperature.
5" x 9" Sportsmen's Dry box complete with a hinged locking lid.
If the flex circuits cannot be reflowed immediately after prebaking, they must be stored in a dry box or nitrogen cabinet until they can be processed.
It is a sit-in kayak with an open layout and comes with a hatch cover on the bow, First Class High Low Seat, battery box, transducer mount, multiple groove track rail mounts, and adjustable thwart box that can be used as a cooler, dry box or live well.
The rotomolded hollow features and multiple insert molded threads are utilized to integrate the complex audio package, 3 LED light bars, tail lights, dome & cargo lights, and a dry box overhead storage compartment.
For delicate varieties of apple, a water-fed system with drying rollers is most suitable while for hardier varieties a dry box tipper or roller conveyor is usually specified.
Gennevilliers-based Comasec produces industrial hand protection solutions including gloves for chemical protection, food handling, cut protection, mechanical protection, dry box and thermal protection.
All manipulations were carried out using standard argon atmosphere, Schlenk apparatus and/or dry box.
The company has just set up a branch in India and plans to set up in 2012 one in Germany and one in eastern China to tap the tool box markets, as well as the dry box market in Thailand.
For those who want something a little more "hunting and camping" looking than ammo cans, MTM also makes a new variant of the locked box, the Dry Box.
As a comparison, the conventional hot air drying test was carried out in an electrothermal blowing dry box at 100 [+ or -] 5[degrees]C.